The Human Body – In German Click on the different body parts above to practice your vocabulary. Click on the respective audio to practice your pronunciation!
German gas station / car vocabulary Here is our list of useful and common words and phrases you can use next time you need help at a German gas station.
There are verbs in German that require the infinitive form of another verb be placed at the end of the clause or sentence. They are known as verbs with dependent infinitives, and they include the “sense verbs” (hören, sehen, fühlen), verbs of movement (fahren, gehen, kommen), as well as “helfen,” “brauchen,” and “lassen.” These verbs, […]
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Prepositions Temporale Präpositionen: Prepositions of time (describe when something is happening or for how long something is lasting) Für wie lange? (For how long?) „für“+ Akkusativ Example: Für wie lange warst du in Hamburg? Answer: Ich war für einen Monat in Hamburg. (der Monat) I was in Hamburg for a month. Für wie lange hast du in München gearbeitet? Ich […]